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Debbie Dunn aka DJ Lyons
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  • Mosheim, TN
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This Easter weekend only - you can buy my two books for $5.99 from PublishAmerica

This Easter weekend only - you can order my two books directly from for $5.99 each. Here are the links:

Bell Witch Unveiled book -…


Posted on April 2, 2010 at 3:00pm

Last Day of 2009 update from Debbie Dunn

Debbie Dunn conducted her Be Bully Free program in a Georgia school and five East Tennessee schools since the school year began. She tells three stories to the whole school that teaches coping-with-bullies skills. The stories also focuses on the importance of practicing your talents and skills instead of bullying. This is followed by a 2-hour workshop with 49 target students who will put on the one-size fits all poncho costumes and perform a 7-act… Continue

Posted on December 31, 2009 at 3:45pm

My White Reindeer book is finally published today!

Hooray! My White Reindeer book is now published as of today – barely in time for Christmas! It is being sold for $22.95 on my Publisher’s website.

This week only, if you put in the coupon code of “Merry50″, you can buy the book for 50% off plus $.99 shipping if you don’t mind waiting for… Continue

Posted on December 23, 2009 at 5:39pm — 2 Comments

Lesson Plan - Be Part of the Solution

Lesson Plan - Be Part of the Solution

Character Education Lesson Plan - Through this lesson plan and Conflict Resolution skits, students will gain an understanding of why it is more trustworthy and responsible to be part of the solution rather than to be part of the problem.…


Posted on April 28, 2009 at 1:00pm

The Three Little Pigs Vocabulary Challenge

The Three Little Pigs Vocabulary Challenge

A Vocabulary Challenge Tale: Do you need some help learning some definitions and usage of some more challenging vocabulary words? Try out this parody of an old, traditional tale called "The Three Little Pigs."…


Posted on April 28, 2009 at 1:00pm

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At 4:19pm on June 12, 2009, Christi U. said…
Wow, you are a busy lady. And a neighbor of mine, it seems. I live in Nashville and am just getting started with this type of thing. Any advice?
Also, I was curious. Do you know Devon Asdell? She's from Moshiem and lives in Knoxville now.
At 2:54pm on June 10, 2009, David H. Claunch said…
Hello Debbie, I look forward to running into you along the path. :o)
At 3:18pm on February 5, 2009, Janice Brooks-Headrick said…
Dear Debbie,
Smoky Mtn. Storytellers meet at the Lawson McGee Library, 200 Church st, Knoxvilleon the Third Sunday of each month. For this month, that's Feb. 17 at 2:00.
This week, we are welcoming Ed Stivender to our neck of the woods, Pigeon Forge. With Cuz Headrick, Elizabeth Rose and more, they'll be at a FREE concert at the Holiday Inn, on the Parkway, at 7 PM Friday. Saturday night, at the Old Mill Pottery Cafe and Grill, which is a benefit for SMSA/Huebner fund at $5 a head. Limited seating, for reservations, call Lana Bowes at 429-7350. Hope to see you there! Is going to be a fun night!
At 9:22am on May 2, 2008, Tom Taylor said…
Well, Happy Birthday, you Young Thing, you!

(And Blessings and Best Wishes for the Happy Couple!)

I'll check out your cool stuff when I get back from class this pm, thanks -

Great Birthday/Wedding Weekend to all - Safe travel!


At 7:51am on May 2, 2008, Tom Taylor said…
'Morning, Debbie -

Thanks for your note - you've got a lot going made me tired just reading about your activities!

Re: Blog - my suggestion is to post one or two of your 'best,' see what the resonse is over a week or two, then go from there. If people are clamoring for and demanding more-more-more, then, you can provide it for them; if the response is not that strong, it might be better to simply provide a link for those of your readers who are more interested in the field.

For what it's worth....

I'll be getting back to, and checking out, some of your "other stuff" over the weekend - BTW, you, too, have a great weekend!

At 1:49pm on May 1, 2008, Dianne de Las Casas, Founder said…

Welcome to Professional Storyteller. With the site growing as fast as it is, it's hard to get around to say hello to everyone. Nevertheless, I'm glad you're here... I sooo want to get your book - it looks fascinating and I loved true stories of the supernatural. I also love being scared witless but don't know if I can read it at night alone in a hotel room, which I so often do... The cover alone creeps me out! LOL I hope you are feeling at home on Professional Storyteller. It's great to have you aboard!

Dianne de Las Casas
Founder of Professional Storyteller
At 11:06am on May 1, 2008, Tom Taylor said…
Hey, Debbie, Welcome!

This is a most excellent site for tellers of all sorts, and many who are here have been waiting for something just like you offer - you will note multiple comments all over the site about wanting more tales, info, gossip, etc. about ghosts, ghost stories, haints, haunts, scary tales, and the like - so they are really happy to have you join the site!

You'll soon discover how excellent this place is - it's a great additional onsite presence for you and your book - your site, btw, is awfully good! - I do hope you will post a bit of your tales, writings and whatever else you may have to offer, on the pages for Video, Photos, audiofiles, Blogs, etc., so we can read/see/hear you and your work.

I'm glad you've joined the family here at PS.ning, look forward to your contributions to the site, wish you continued success and, again, send my greetings and Welcome!


Tom Taylor - Deep in the Heart of Texas
At 9:39am on April 30, 2008, Daniel Bishop, the Storyteller said…
Congrats on your book.
Yes, as a storyteller and actor, I have found myself in many a haunted theatre and other wonderful places. I have a passion for Ghost Stories; I don't even care if they are true, or not as long as they're good.
I look forward to your blogs and please keep an eye out for mine.
Daniel Bishop, the Storyteller
At 10:03pm on April 29, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Hello Debbie

Add to your list of must meet people, Thomas Freese... He is a member of PS and has written several books on ghosts stories... He is a great guy and I can say with confidence he will want to talk to you too.

welcome to PS... lots of great groups... check them out... also the Videos.

Upload audio files to your page so we can hear you tell.

welcome again
At 8:48pm on April 29, 2008, Dale Jarvis said…
Wow! I'll certainly have to get your book! Sounds great! You'll have to visit my tour website!



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